Emmanuel Carlos St.Omer is a very versatile Songwriter & Instrumental composer, with many placements to his name in leading Global Songwriting & Film music competitions.
While he is quite comfortable writing in genres ranging from Rock and Pop, to Country and Reggae, he is more fluent writing Christian/Inspirational songs, which allows him to convey heartfelt messages of Hope and Healing.
Emmanuel collaborated on “Pieces of Jesus” (Christian Pop/Rock) in Nashville Tennessee with co-writers Kenny Lamb - Billboard #1 charter & Songwriting collaborator with ‘N SYNC, Justin Timberlake, Take 5, and Betsy Walter - Billboard & iTunes #1 charting songwriter and Global Peace Song Award Winner.
He also co-wrote “Stronger Than A Storm” (Christian Pop) with Andrea Standley - Warner Brothers Records & Founder of Songsinc. Emmanuel has had cuts on 3 compilation albums with UK Independent label Ramshaw Records (13 Moment of Summer, 15 Moments of Summer & A World of Sunshine); 1 cut on WOA International Record’s (Independent No. 1’s Christmas Special, Vol.6, also featuring cuts by Billboard charting artist and MTV Europe Music Awards Nominee, Oliver Sean), 3 cuts on the SongDriven Album Release, (SongDriven Christian, Vol. 1 also featuring Vince Constantino - Song placements in the films Goosebumps 2 & Breaking Bad), and 1 cut on the compilation album “Do We Need”.
He has self-released 1 Christian album (Stronger than a Storm), 1 mixed genre album (Nothing’s gonna keep us down), along with multiple singles. His Brit-Reggae/Pop single “Blame Me” was awarded the position of Song of the Week in July 2020, on Belta Radio – UK. His Soft Rock song “Covered” Won 1st. Place in the Great American Song Contest Christian category. Many of his songs have been featured on International Internet & Radio Stations and Podcasts.
He also has songs listed in catalogs with multiple publishing companies. In December’21, Emmanuel will be releasing a 20-track album of Orchestral instrumentals composed in 2021, called “The Season of Instrumentals Vol.1.”.
In that same month, he will also be releasing another album of new Christian songs called “Brandon’s Songbook Vol.1”. “Better days are never far behind” is a phrase Emmanuel came up with early during his songwriting journey, to inspire himself to believe in a brighter future for his music.
His good friend Nick Van Eede of Cutting Crew (I just died in your arms) fame, whom he met while Nick was vacationing on the island of St. Lucia, where Emmanuel lives, used the phrase as the title for the band’s documentary video of their Australian tour.
Mental block is not a part of Emmanuel’s vocabulary, because from him new songs and instrumentals flow like a constant rushing river.